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Inducing hope critical for peacemaking in the Middle East

Hope in the Middle East Malleability Beliefs, Hope, and the Willingness to Compromise for Peace From Social Psychological and Personality Science One of the greatest barriers to resolving intractable conflicts is the perception that such conflicts are inherently unchangeable. This … Continue reading

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